Heart Health

Nutrition Therapy

To Naturally Improve

Your Heart Health

Nourish is the easiest way to find a registered dietitian and get it covered by your insurance. Nourish provides personal telehealth sessions with a registered dietitian to help you manage or reverse your heart condition.

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Heart Health = Good Health

Your heart health is connected to your overall health. Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? Embracing a healthy lifestyle and nutrition for heart health can prevent heart disease and lower your risk for a heart attack or stroke.

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How Nourish will improve your heart health

Nourish is the easiest way to find a registered dietitian and get it covered by your insurance. Nourish provides personal telehealth sessions with a registered dietitian to help you manage or reverse your heart condition.

Personalized nutrition planning

Your dedicated dietitian will help implement proven ways to relieve symptoms of your heart condition. Personalized nutrition counseling will boost immunity and prevents stress on your body.

Convenient, virtual appointments

Receive the highest quality care wherever you are most comfortable. You get access to your dietitian virtually anytime, anywhere. No more driving to appointments. No more waiting around.

A helping hand

We understand that making a big change for your health is difficult. Whether you’ve been suffering from a heart attack, stroke, heart disease, or other heart-related illnesses, we’re with you every step of the way.

Blair
Blair
Kott

Blair Kott, Registered and Licensed Dietitian, graduated from Utah State University, where she obtained her Master’s degree in Dietetics Administration and completed her Dietetic Internship. Prior to obtaining her graduate degree, Blair attended The University of Texas at Austin where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition.

Christine
Christine
Russell

Christine has over 29 years of professional experience primarily in the areas of disordered eating, emotional eating, weight management, and diabetes. She earned a Master of Science degree in Public Health Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, MI. Christine is a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and also has a Certificate in Adult Weight Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Christine resides in Michigan with her family and three Dachshunds. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, hiking, boating and kayaking. Christine's passion is to help others make peace with food so they may finally enjoy a life free from food control, guilt and shame.

Cami
Cami
Eastman

Cami is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Nutrition and completed her dietetic internship through UT's Coordinated Program.

As a former yo-yo dieter, Cami's passion is to help people make peace with food and their body while learning how to eat intuitively. She believes you can be healthy at any size and focuses on helping her clients regain balance and enjoy food without guilt or shame.

Emily
Emily
Noll

Emily is a registered dietitian who enjoys the outpatient setting for the individualized, one-on-one attention it provides. She has a special interest in intuitive eating, HAES (health at every size), and eating disorders. She also has a background working in the hospital setting and has experience with cardiac, diabetic, kidney, gastrointestinal, and critical care patients. Her nutrition philosophy is health is individual and personal. She would love the opportunity to work with you and come up with a plan that suits your unique needs. In addition, as a HAES dietitian, she teaches others to take care of themselves without focusing on size and weight. This allows her to make deeper and more meaningful progress with clients.


She found her way to Austin, Texas after earning her undergraduate degree from Florida State University in Dietetics and her graduate degree from the University of Maine in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She looks forward to meeting with you and helping you along your nutrition journey.

Jessica
Jessica
Beristain-Herrera

Jessica is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nutrition and Dietetics at Texas State University where she also went on to complete her dietetic internship.Jessica has a passion for helping others find peace with food and help both adults and adolescents work towards eating disorder recovery. Along with this, Jessica has experience working with tube feeds, pediatrics, and partial hospitalization programs (PHP). Jessica works with both patients and families to help enhance their wellness in a way that is individualized to them.

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Roadmap

This is a journey we work on together. If you want to know how to improve heart health, understanding nutrition for heart health is crucial as it will lead to a long and fulfilling life. Thankfully, a few lifestyle, food, and dietary changes can help you maintain a healthy heart. Even if you already suffer from high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease, learning about nutrition for heart health can improve your condition. We want you to feel seen and taken care of along the journey, and with our highly individualized process we’ll make sure you can see a clear path for your healing.

Touchpoints

It’s important you see the progress you’re making, and we know that sometimes it’s hard to see how far you’ve come. It's normal to feel helpless in the face of something you can't avoid or overcome; fortunately, there are techniques, foods, and nutrition for heart health that help mitigate the stress response, reduce anxiety, and build resilience. We have worked in regular touch points for reflection, celebration, and planning next steps so you always know where you’ve been, where you’re at and where you’re heading.

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Mindfulness

When you're stressed, your adrenal gland releases the hormone cortisol. As the stress hormone cortisol is released, the body's "fight or flight" mechanism goes into hyperdrive, raising your blood pressure and heart rate. However, many of the adverse effects can be managed through mindfulness and nutrition. Cardiovascular health is affected by numerous factors and you can reach your goals by combining the best foods for heart health with awareness. When you slow down and notice patterns, the recovery healing process can feel like it’s working. Mindfulness is a core tenant to our process and will play an integral role in your healing. To center ourselves and foster mindfulness, we incorporate brief practices in sessions that you can easily work into your life.

Support

Outside of sessions with your dietitian can be when the journey might hit a rough patch. While heart-healthy foods are critical to the therapy, so is making time with people that can support you while you choose to make healthy diet changes. If you'd like extra support outside of your sessions, we have several options to help you continue your journey.

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Nutrition Therapy

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Your Heart Health

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Roadmap

This is a journey we work on together. If you want to know how to improve heart health, understanding nutrition for heart health is crucial as it will lead to a long and fulfilling life. Thankfully, a few lifestyle, food, and dietary changes can help you maintain a healthy heart. Even if you already suffer from high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease, learning about nutrition for heart health can improve your condition. We want you to feel seen and taken care of along the journey, and with our highly individualized process we’ll make sure you can see a clear path for your healing.

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